NLIU - Other Facilities
National Law Institute University has a lot of facilities including:
- Library, Cyber Network Center
- Administrative Block
- Academic Block
- Banking Facilities
- Gyan Mandir
- Faculty Residence
- Guest House
- Transport Facilities
- Sport Facilities
The university has an academic block which consists of roomy conference hall, classrooms, faculty lounges and moot court practice room. The academic block is a podium for the most thoughtful lectures. It is the place for students to gain the knowledge in the field of law. NLIU has Administrative Block which includes the offices of Finance Officer, Registrar, Director and Conference Room. There is guest house for regular visiting faculty. The guest house is well ventilated and includes all required facility with regard to cater visitors.
NLIU has luxurious apartments for staff and faculty members. The teaching faculty is on time. Personality development is an essential part of every student. Keeping this into account, the university has ample sports ground. NLIU organizes various sports activities to get rid of the tedious study schedule. The university has its own ultra modern sporting complex which has two courts each of volleyball and basketball and lawn tennis. It also has well built cricket ground. The indoor sports activities like table tennis, badminton, billiards, etc. are organized by the sports committee.
There is athletic track too. The committee organizes various athletic activities to give an all round shape to students' personality. In order to fulfill banking requirement, NLIU has made available this facility. The Bank of Baroda organizes an extension counter on a weekly basis. Students can open his/her account and do transitions through this extension corner. However, students can avail the services of other banks like IDBI, ICICI, UTI, SBI and several other banks in the city, too.
The university owns two Swaraj Mazdas. They are meant for providing transportation facility for the staff, faculty and students to commute to the market, city and railway station. It is also used for other students' activities like clinical programme, court visits, legal aid work and field studies, etc. The buses have scheduled departure to the city only two times a week.